You don’t have to be an IT expert to become a Digital Ambassador – you just need a bit of spare time, enthusiasm and commitment to support others to experience the many benefits of the internet and digital technology. It’s a great way of making a real difference to other people.
As a Digital Ambassador, you’ll support others to learn the basics of mobile devices and the internet both face to face in a relaxed, informal environment and remotely from home. You’ll offer advice, information and support to local adults who want to get online and learn how to use a technology, sometimes for the first time, or improve their confidence with the basics.
Digital Ambassadors work with learners on a one-to-one basis or in a small group, both remotely and face to face. They tend to meet in a public venue such as: a library, Wi-Fi enabled café, or community centre, and in exceptional circumstances in the learner’s own home. Digital Ambassadors might set up a session at a local community centre or sheltered housing scheme or volunteer to support someone else’s class at such a venue** (when face to face roles are resumed).
About Community Fibre Limited
The aim of this service Main - Fibre optic broadband rollout across London - upgrading broadband services in our city. we give residents a choice of provider so they are under no obligation to purchase our services.
Now there's no reason why everyone, whatever community you come from, can't have equal access to the incredible opportunities the internet offers.
Times you can volunteer
Monday: Mornings, Evenings
Tuesday: Mornings, Afternoons, Evenings
Wednesday: Mornings, Afternoons, Evenings
Thursday: Mornings, Afternoons
Friday: Mornings, Afternoons